Exercising in super-cold weather is usually doable, but there are a number of issues to consider first
Zika virus sparks worries about thousands of babies born with small heads; impact may range from normal health to crippling disability
"We're seeing rapid spread of the virus and we need to act now," one expert says
Find out where your state's well-being ranks in the Gallup and Healthways index
Michael Singer didn't tell friends about his diagnosis for a year; now the Harley-riding Bronx native is an outspoken advocate for male breast cancer awareness
It's a pursuit humans have been after for centuries, and experts say we're closer than ever to "hacking the code of aging"
A few common foods are more likely than others to make you sick; one expert avoids them "like the plague"
90 percent of Americans consume too much sodium, and you may not realize how much is in these foods
Over-the-counter pain medicines can cause harmful side effects if you don't follow this advice
Experts offer some advice to help keep your dog safe from illness that can spread "like wildfire"
"We used to think sudden death happens without warning" - but now researchers have found some red flags
Pros, cons and little-known facts about the world's most popular stimulant
Loose rugs and slips in the shower aren't the only troublemakers that land hundreds of thousands of older Americans in the hospital every year
Dr. Jon LaPook and Dr. Holly Phillips discuss top medical stories on "CBS This Morning: Saturday"
Watch and read: Dr. LaPook's Morning Rounds page has the latest on what you can do to stay healthy
At least 81 Zika cases have been reported in 21 states, and mosquito experts are urging action to stop it from spreading in the U.S.
Forget chocolates and roses: "When you're cancer-free, it just puts a whole new light on everything"
Concerns continue to mount in the U.S. and abroad over the threat posed by the Zika virus
"Everybody breathes the air and everybody benefits" from efforts to reduce pollution, scientists say
Researchers find certain types of residences may have more human bacteria on the walls and floors, including mouth microbes
There's a lot of concern and confusion about how the virus is transmitted; here's what we know so far
Snyder called the chairman of the Oversight Committee on Thursday offering to testify. EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy will also testify
More than 5,000 suspected cases of Zika in Venezuela since November, but local health officials say the real number is likely much higher
A memo to prospective U.S. Olympians said the Zika virus outbreak in Brazil is being closely monitored
Long-lasting bouts of hiccups finally led to a rare and serious diagnosis
E'layah Faith was born 14 weeks early and weighed just 10 ounces - lighter than a can of soda
An explosion of dementia cases is still expected in coming years, but are some prevention efforts paying off?
Study shows traces of Neanderthal DNA may influence the risk of several diseases in modern humans
The new technology is allowing patients to see a preview of their new faces before going under the knife
Experts tell Congress the most important steps for keeping Zika at bay in the U.S.
Campaign is targeting 270 million children across the country to prevent parasitic worms from infecting bodies and impairing development
The bill would require utilities to notify consumers about excessive levels of lead in drinking water
A new study suggests poor physical fitness in middle age may be bad news for your brain
Small study suggests less saturated fat and sugar, and more fiber and protein, may make for sweeter dreams
Millions of Americans curl up in bed with their dogs or cats, but does it interfere with a good night's sleep?
A new study from the Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine shows that what you eat may directly impact how well you sleep
New York City anchor Maurice DuBois was shocked when he looked in the mirror and saw his face was "frozen, literally locked up"
Hundreds of genetic testing products are put on the market each month, but the science may be getting shortchanged in the face of business
Older Americans are living longer than ever, but is quality of life keeping up?
New book argues it's not just calories but the types of foods you eat that affect your weight
City's former public works director was concerned anti-corrosive chemicals could be "food" for bacteria if added to water from Flint River